Sam Solakyan Joins the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Board

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Hey readers! I hope your holidays were enjoyable and your new year is even better. Today I want to share some really exciting news with you. Recently I was appointed to the Board of Directors for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The NCMEC is an incredible organization that devotes itself to the rescue of missing and sexually exploited children. For the last thirty years they’ve made huge strides in the fight against child abduction and exploitation, and I am thrilled to be a part of that fight. If that wasn’t exciting enough there’s even more. On January 27th – 31st I will be hosting a law enforcement training course for the NCMEC at the Museum of Tolerance.

Now more than ever it is crucial that law enforcement learn the latest skills and techniques to combat predators and fight the growing crisis of child sex trafficking. As our society develops greater technology, we are also opening up new opportunities for criminals to perpetrate unforgivable crimes against children. Predators have evolved over the past decade, becoming more difficult to catch as their methods become more sophisticated. That is not just a statement of opinion. According to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, documented cases of child solicitation via the Internet have grown 230 percent and reported incidents of child sex trafficking have increased by one thousand-percent. It is imperative that those who are fighting to save the innocent victims of these crimes be adequately prepared because the criminals certainly are.

For this intensive new class, the participating police officers and law enforcement professionals will learn from specialists in the field and gain the latest knowledge and tools that will help them in the war against child sex trafficking. Through advanced understanding of state-of-the-art technology and insight into the most innovative techniques of the field, we will equip them to stay ahead of those committing these heinous acts and make sure all of our children can grow up safe and free of fear. I’m very excited about these new developments and can’t wait to see what’s going to come from them. Keep reading, friends. I’ll keep you posted.

// Sam Solakyan

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Over the years, Sam Solakyan has maintained a fine balance between his professional and philanthropic endeavors, emphasizing a dual commitment to excellence in the field of healthcare and community stewardship. A summa cum laude graduate of the University of Phoenix and a student of M.B.A. at The George Washington University, Mr. Solakyan has spent more than a decade in healthcare, with particular accomplishments in business development. Following three years as director of business development for a chain of imaging centers in Los Angeles, Sam Solakyan founded Glendale-based Global Holdings, which he owns and operates to this day. Since the 2003 formation of Global Holdings, Sam Solakyan has diversified the company’s interests with the addition of subsidiaries Global Healthcare Solutions, Paramount Management Services, Global Pharmaceuticals, and Vital Imaging, now the number-one provider of MRI services in California. Together, these ventures comprise a powerful force in medical imaging, pharmaceuticals, billing and collections, and management consulting, with a broad client base of hospitals and private practices statewide. As a philanthropist, Sam Solakyan regularly gives back to the greater Los Angeles community, notably funding Serve the People, the Family Service Agency of Burbank, the Glendale Police Department, and various schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. In addition to these organizations, he sits on the boards of the Drug Enforcement Agency Foundation, Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, and Serve The People, which helps homeless families find food and shelter. Mr. Solakyan also gives to the Armenian Relief Society, the Red Cross, and the Filipino Children’s Fund. To view more information on Sam Solakyan and his charity work, please visit www.globalholdings.com.

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